Saturday, February 16, 2008

Swollen Knee

I am in my mid 20's and already am having knee problems. Ever since I tore my ACL in college, I have had issues with my knee. I don't even have to run or be very active on it, and it swells up and starts to ache at different times of the year. Someone informed me that I should try Resveratrol which is a natural compound that can act as an anti-inflammatory. I am willing to try anything at this point, as I do not want to have to have some sort of major opperation at a young age. Resveratrol is also an antioxidant. I will surely let you all know if it ends up working for me.


Anonymous mary wright said...

Resveratrol Supplements can help you control your weight naturally
by increasing energy, reducing cravings, and limiting your appetite.
According to Wikipedia, Consumer Lab, an independent dietary
supplement and over the counter products evaluation organization,
published a report on 13 November 2007 on the popular resveratrol
supplements. The organization reported that there exists a wide range
in quality, dose, and price among the 13 resveratrol products
evaluated. The actual amount of resveratrol contained in the
different brands range from 2.2mg for Revatrol, which claimed to have
400mg of "Red Wine Grape Complex", to 500mg for Transmax,
which is consistent with the amount claimed on the product's label.
Prices per 100mg of resveratrol ranged from less than $.30 for
products made by, jarrow, and country life, to a high of
$45.27 for the Revatrol brand. None of the products tested were found
to have significant levels of heavy metals or other contaminants.

February 16, 2008 at 10:18 PM


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